|irisheyes12 ||05-24-2008 07:42 PM |
Question for Palomino Owners
I read in this months issue of Horse & Rider that if you give your Palomino one teaspoon of Peprica in its morning and evening feed it will better its coat color to a deep golden. Anyone do this? Apparently zoos have been doing this for years with the flamingos to make their color more vibrant.
|moomoo ||05-26-2008 04:25 PM |
I dont own a palomino but i have heard that and i heard it does work! :D
|XxXequinegrlXxX ||05-26-2008 04:42 PM |
I read that article too.. i dont have a palimino.. but i have heard it does work too !
When I was horse shopping this on gal had a palomino she did that with, or something like that and it worked for him. He was dark and beautiful. :wink:
|upnover ||05-26-2008 08:35 PM |
Interesting! I have a red dun that's kind of a peachy color. Think it would work on him? I just may have to try it...
|Mouse ||05-27-2008 07:30 PM |
I have heard this works also,but be careful if you are showing because I think it does show up on a drug test :)
|alstaxidermy ||05-29-2008 08:09 AM |
My father in law did this with his horse and we all thought that it worked at least a little but I could never tell because Cinderella (the horse) spent every chance she got rolling in the mud! She's turn over huge water troughs to make her own mud even - so eventually he quit. She was born to be messy not well groomed.
|hunterequlover781 ||06-06-2008 12:07 AM |
Thats quite interesting. My palomino doesn't need it. She is naturally extremely dark and deep gold.
|BluMagic ||06-06-2008 12:12 AM |
I wonder what Paprica could do to other colors.....?
|Dumas'_Grrrl ||06-06-2008 02:01 AM |
DO ya think it would turn my guys pink? LOL :shock: :lol:
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